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Phantoms Weekly - Big Homestand Continues

Wednesday, 11.28.2012 / 8:59 PM / News
By Bob Rotruck  - Phantoms Media Relations & Director of Broadcasting
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Phantoms Weekly - Big Homestand Continues
This Week's Games
Wednesday, November 28 (7:00) - St. John's IceCaps at Adirondack Phantoms
Friday, November 30 (7:00) - Binghamton Senators at Adirondack Phantoms
Saturday, December 1 (7:00) - Albany Devils at Adirondack Phantoms
 
Last Week's Scores
Wednesday, November 21 - Adirondack Phantoms 5 - Bridgeport Sound Tigers 1
Friday, November 23 - Adirondack Phantoms 2 - Norfolk Admirals 1
Saturday, December 24 - Adirondack Phantoms 3 - Hershey Bears 1

Homestand Continues
The Adirondack Phantoms are riding a three game winning streak as they enter the second half of their longest homestand of the season. The Phantoms look to continue their winning ways with three more home games on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday against three different teams.
 
The Phantoms are coming off an impressive Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend in which Scott Munroe allowed just one goal in each of the three wins he notched. Adirondack disposed of Bridgeport 5-1 on Thanksgiving Eve followed by a Black Friday win over Norfolk 2-1 and then a Saturday night victory against Hershey 3-1.
 
Coming up, it's the St. John's IceCaps on Wednesday night as the Baby Flyers tangle with the affiliate of the Winnipeg Jets. Friday night has the Phantoms hosting the Binghamton Senators for the first time this year. And Saturday is Round 4 out of 12 in the battle for the Time Warner Cable Cup against the Albany Devils.
 
More great promotions are on tap for the big games including the first Glens Falls appearance of the Flyers Ice Girls for Friday and Saturday presented by North Country Snow and Ice Removal. Be sure to bring your skates and gloves on Saturday night for the post-game skate with the whole team presented by Glens Falls Hospital.
 
Beginning with this six-game homestand, Adirondack is playing 10 out of 12 games at home through December 21. This comes after a tough stretch to begin the season in which the Phantoms played only four of their first 14 games on home ice.
 
The Phantoms are 9-8-0 overall including 5-2-0 at home and are on their longest win streak of the season.
 
Brayden Schenn leads the Phantoms with nine goals and 22 points this season and has moved up to first in the Eastern Conference in points and third in the league. He has five point so far on the homestand with one goal and for assists.
 
Mustache Mania!!
Phantoms Fight Cancer this month features players and staff growing mustaches to raise awareness and generate funds for men's cancer issues. Contribute in the donation cans at the Phantoms game for your favorite Phantoms mustache grower (even Dax!!). Visit our special Movember site at mobro.co/phantomshockey
 
Special "Ticket and a T-Shirt" packages to benefit area men's cancer organizations are available now for only $30 with $5 from every purchase benefiting some great local causes including the Hudson Headwaters Health Network, the Glens Falls Hospital Foundation - C.R. Wood Cancer Center Capital Campaign.
 
Fans can also purchase the t-shirts separately for $20, again with $5 from each purchase benefiting this great organizations.
 
The month was highlighted on Men's Cancer Awareness Night on November 24 featuring Mustache Mania and the AHL's first ever mustache jerseys.

Saratoga Spine Phantoms Player of the Week -  Scott Munroe
 
Three games, three wins. Scott Munroe is the Saratoga Spine Player of the Week.
 
On his way to notching victories in all three games of the homestand, Munroe allowed one goal each night and stopped 72 of 75 total shots he faced.
 
Going back to his November 3 shutout of Albany, Munroe has gone 4-0 in his last four home games with a 0.75 goals against average and a .970 saves percentage with 98 saves on 101 shots.
 
The 30 year old now has 70 wins total as a Phantom placing him one shy of Antero Nittymaki for second all-time in franchise history. Munroe is also nearing a couple of interesting milestones. He is 39 saves away from 4,000 total in a Phantoms jersey. And he is 98 saves away from 6,000 for his whole AHL career.
 
He has 19 career shutouts including 11 with the Phantoms.
 
Iron-Man Holmstrom
 
25 year old captain Ben Holmstrom is racking up the games as he looks to become the all-time leader in Adirondack Phantoms history. Entering this week, Holmstrom has played in 176 career games with Adirondack which included 79 out of 80 in his rookie season.
 
Kevin Marshall's 185 career games with the Adirondack Phantoms is the most followed closely by Jon Kalinski with 182.
 
Holmstrom's 36 career goals with the Adirondack Phantoms is second all-time behind only Denis Hamel who had 48. And his 89 career points are also second all-time behind Hamel who had 96.
 
Last year, Holmstrom became the youngest captain in Phantoms franchise history when he was named to the position at just 24 year old. Boyd Kane (now with the Hershey Bears) had been the previous youngest captain when he was 25 with the Philadelphia Phantoms.
 
No Shootouts For You
 
The Adirondack Phantoms are the only team in the AHL who have yet to play a shootout this season. Their only extra-session game didn't take very long either; Brandon Manning scored just 14 seconds into overtime at Syracuse on October 28.
  
Upcoming Opponents
 
St. John's IceCaps, 9-9-1 (Winnipeg Jets)
 
It's the first ever trip to Glens Falls for the St. John's IceCaps who take on the Phantoms Wednesday night. Adirondack traveled up to Newfoundland on October 19-20 and split a pair of exciting one-goal games. St. John's took the opener 2-1 as Danny Syvret hit the post three different times for the Phantoms. Adirondack bounced back from a 2-0 deficit the following night to record an exciting 4-3 win.
 
Coach McCambridge features a lot of veteran experience on his team. St. John's won the Atlantic Division last season in their first year back in the AHL and advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals before falling to the Norfolk Admirals.
 
The former St. John's Maple Leafs played in the AHL from 1991-2004 before moving to Toronto to become the Marlies. The Adirondack Red Wings defeated the Maple Leafs in seven games to win the 1992 Calder Cup.
 
Record - 9-9-1
Division - 3rd place (Atlantic Division)
Head Coach - Keith McCambridge
Offense - 2.4, 24th (out of 30)
Defense - 2.8, 9th
Power Play - 13.6%, 24th
Penalty Kill - 81.0%, 21st
 
Players to watch:
 
Alex Burmistrov - Russia native who was the #8 overall pick in 2010 by Atlanta Thrashers. 13 goals, 15 assists last year with Winnipeg as a rookie. This year: 2-7-9
 
Ivan Telegin - 4th round, Atlanta, 2009. Rookie who played with Russia in World Juniors championship. This year: 2-4-6
 
Dean Aresene - Over 500 AHL games. Was with Hershey from 2004-09 and then Peoria and Portland last couple seasons.
 
Zach Redmond - 5-3-8. Tied for team-lead in goals. 8-23-31 with St. John's as rookie last year.
 
Max Macenaur - 5-3-8. Acquired from Anaheim in trade last Feb. Last year played with Syracuse.
 
Eddie Pasquale - 22 years old. Round 4, 2009, ATL. This year: 4-6-1, 2.43, .929. Last year went 23-12-1, .911, 2.41.
 
Binghamton Senators, 10-4-2 (Ottawa Senators)
 
The Binghamton Senators have been on a roll. The top affiliate for Ottawa have now won six straight including wins last weekend over Toronto on Thanksgiving 3-2 and then Syracuse 2-1 followed by a 6-1 rout of Bridgeport last Saturday.
 
This is the second of eight games in the regular season between the B-Sens and the Phantoms and is Binghamton's first appearance in Glens Falls this year. Adirondack lost at Binghamton a couple weeks ago.
 
Former Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Luke Richardson is in his first season as head coach of the Senators. He played 1417 career games in the NHL including five years with Philadelphia from 1997-2002. He also played for Toronto, Edmonton , Ottawa, Columbus and Tampa Bay in a career that spanned 1987-2009. Richardson has been an assistant coach with Ottawa for the past three seasons before assuming the head coaching duties with their AHL club.
 
Record - 10-4-2
Division - 2nd Place (East Division
Head Coach - Luke Richardson (1st Season)
Offense - 2.8, 18th (out of 30)
Defense - 2.4, 4th
Power Play - 10.1%, 26th
Penalty Kill - 88.3%,.4th
 
Players to watch:
 
Tyler Eckford - 5-5-10. Former Albany Devils and Portland Pirates defenseman leads the Senators in scoring.
 
Jakob Silfverburg - 3-6-9. 22 year old who was 2nd round pick of the Sens in 2009. First year in North America after playing last four seasons in native Sweden. Scored 24 goals and 30 assists last year over there.
 
Andre Benoit - 5-3-8. Binghamton captain who scored 11 goals with Binghamton two seasons ago and then played in Russia last year.
 
Robin Lehner - 21 year old goalie prospect from Sweden. 8-2-1, 1.63, .950. 3rd in the AHL in saves percentage and 2nd in goals against average. Helped lead the Senators to the Calder Cup in 2011.
 
Albany Devils, 4-7-5 (New Jersey Devils)
 
The Devils are on a three game winless streak after taking three out of four points at St. John's last weekend. Rick Kowalsky's team leads the Time Warner Cable Cup series 2 games to 1 so far in the 12-game season battle. The home team has won each encounter thus far. Adirondack won the cup last year 7 games to 3.
 
Albany features several players who were part of the New Jersey team that advanced to the Stanley Cup Finals.
 
Record - 4-7-5
Division - Northeast (Fifth)
Head Coach - Rick Kowalsky (Third)
Offense - 2.3. 27th
Defense - 3.1, 18th
Power Play - 8.7%, 29th
Penalty Kill - 86.4%, 8th
 
Players to Watch:
 
Jacob Josefson - 7-4-11, leads Albany. #20 overall pick by New Jersey in 2009 draft out of Sweden. 5 goals in 69 games in the NHL over last two seasons.
 
Adam Henrique - 2-7-9. Scored game-winning goal in first-round, game 7 vs. Florida in double OT. 16 goals last year with NJ. Former teammates with Eric Wellwood on two-time Memorial Cup champion Windsor Spitfires.
 
Adam Larsson - 2-7-9. #4 overall pick in 2011 draft out of Sweden with big righty shot. Last year had 2-16-18 in 65 games with NJ.
 
Matt Anderson - West Islip, NY native out of UMass-Amherset who led Albany in scoring two seasons ago with 23 goals. This year: 3-6-9.
 
Keith Kinkaid - Second year pro out of Union. 3-2-2, 2.38, .913.

SCHEDULE

HOME
AWAY
PROMOTIONAL

STANDINGS

EASTERN CONFERENCE
  TEAM GP W L OT GF GA PTS
1 MTL 20 14 5 1 55 51 29
2 TBL 20 13 5 2 73 54 28
3 PIT 17 13 3 1 64 35 27
4 NYI 18 12 6 0 59 52 24
5 BOS 20 12 8 0 53 49 24
6 DET 18 9 4 5 50 42 23
7 OTT 17 8 5 4 47 45 20
8 TOR 19 9 8 2 58 60 20
9 NYR 19 8 7 4 52 58 20
10 WSH 18 8 7 3 52 50 19
11 NJD 19 8 9 2 47 56 18
12 FLA 16 6 5 5 35 42 17
13 PHI 17 7 8 2 51 55 16
14 CAR 18 6 9 3 43 55 15
15 CBJ 18 6 11 1 44 64 13
16 BUF 20 5 13 2 34 69 12

STATS

2014-2015 REGULAR SEASON
SKATERS: GP G A +/- Pts
J. Voracek 17 7 19 5 26
C. Giroux 17 5 16 6 21
B. Schenn 17 6 7 5 13
W. Simmonds 17 7 5 5 12
M. Streit 17 2 9 3 11
S. Couturier 17 4 4 -2 8
M. Del Zotto 17 2 6 1 8
M. Raffl 12 6 1 2 7
M. Read 17 2 5 -2 7
V. Lecavalier 10 2 3 0 5
 
GOALIES: W L OT Sv% GAA
S. Mason 3 6 1 .914 2.94
R. Emery 4 2 1 .898 3.25
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